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Questions & Answers

Q: What is CBD?


A: CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD is one of the many cannabinoids found in cannabis. CBD oil is the essential oil extracted from the hemp cannabis plant. It contains concentrated levels of the specific cannabinoid CBD, and a minimal or non-existent amount of THC.


Q: Is this legal?

A: Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD oil is federally legal. In the Farm Bill, ‘hemp’ was redefined to include parts of the plants and products made from the plant, including CBD oil. Additionally, hemp is now regulated by the Department of Agriculture and is no longer listed as a Schedule 1 drug. However, while CBD and hemp products are now federally legal, they may still be illegal in your state, depending on your individual state laws. Be sure to check with your state laws before ordering or using CBD oil.


Q: What is a CBD Oil?

A: CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is a non-intoxicating but incredibly compound that is produced by the hemp cannabis plant. When someone mentions CBD oil, they are simply referring to the substance extracted from the plant itself. 

Q: What are the Differences Between Broad Spectrum, Full Spectrum, and CBD Isolate?

A:While on your search for CBD oil, you likely have stumbled upon terms such as full spectrum, broad spectrum, and CBD isolate. Understanding the difference between these three major types of CBD products is important in choosing the right product that is best for your unique needs.

Broad Spectrum CBD – Broad Spectrum refers to CBD oil products that are THC-free but still contain multiple cannabinoids and terpenes produced by its source plant. This CBD option still offers users who are sensitive to THC, or who are wary about using products with THC.

Full Spectrum CBD – Full Spectrum CBD oil one of the most popular choices for CBD products by users. This CBD oil option contains all the  compounds found in its source plant with nothing removed.

CBD Isolate – CBD Isolate is, as its name suggests, a product where all other compounds have been removed, thus

isolating the CBD for a pure product. While CBD isolate is another option for users who want to avoid THC. 


Q: How Can You Take CBD?


A:There are many ways to take CBD. Some individuals find that some methods work better than others, and how you take CBD can depend on individual preferences. Some common methods include ingestion, oil tinctures, vaping, pastes, beauty products, and creams. Our most recommended ways to take CBD are:

CBD Oil Tincture –  CBD oil tinctures are one of the most popular methods for taking CBD. Simply drop the CBD tincture or oil directly under the tongue for sublingual application, and hold for a minimum of 30 seconds for maximum absorption before swallowing. 

CBD Ointment Creams – CBD ointment creams simply massage the recommended amount into the skin.

Ingesting – Ingesting is a fast, convenient, and enjoyable way to experience the  CBD. Many people include CBD in their morning cup of coffee, or create tasty snacks for fast, effective, and delicious treats.



Q:Can I Give CBD to My Pet?

A:As more users become familiar with CBD products , some individuals may want to share those  properties with their furry friends. Though some claim to have experienced success with giving their cats or dogs CBD oil with great results making a happier pet. If you would like to give your pet CBD oil, we recommend avoiding any oil with THC in it ..The best for animals would be CBD ISOLATE 0% THC



Q: What is the difference between CBD and THC?

A: CBD and THC are both cannabinoids that are found naturally in cannabis plants, but they work very differently from each other. THC binds to your body’s cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which over stimulates them and causes a “high” effect. CBD indirectly activates the cannabinoid receptors throughout the body, which promotes the proper function of your endocannabinoid system without overstimulation and any sort of “high” effect.

Q: Is there THC in your CBD oil?

A: YES, except for our CBD Isolate products and those are listed with 0% THC on the bottle usually called business blend or CBD Isolate products. In our Full Spectrum oil There is little to no THC , and if there is, there will always be less than the legal 0.3% THC.  and description If you would like to see the specific THC level in your bottle, please review the test results included with the pictures on every product.



Q: How does CBD work?

A: CBD works with your body’s natural endocannabinoid system (ECS). Yes, your body makes its own cannabinoids! Throughout your body, you have cannabinoid receptors.  CBD indirectly activates your cannabinoid receptors in the body.

Q: What are cannabinoids?

A: Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that are naturally found within the human body and in many plants, including cannabis. Cannabinoids interact with your body’s endocannabinoid system. CBD is just one of the over 100 cannabinoids found in cannabis plants.

Q: How do I consume CBD oil?

A: We recommend using CBD oils for internal use. Simply drop your oil dosage in your mouth and hold under the tongue for 30-60 seconds before swallowing.



Q: Can you apply CBD oil topically?

A: You can definitely apply CBD topically. While our oils are intended for internal use, applying your dose topically is fine to apply on the skin


Q: How much CBD oil should I take?

A: CBD always works best if it is slowly introduced to the body with small increases. We recommend starting with half of your starting dose (half of the dropper), twice daily. Then, slowly increase by 5-25mg every 2-4 weeks until you find your desired effect.


Q: What is the right strength/mg for me?

A: Those with a medium to large body mass and medium to high body fat may benefit from the higher strength CBD oil more than the lower strength oil. Those with a smaller body mass and low body fat may benefit more from taking lower strength CBD oil and making slow increases rather than taking the higher strength option. Once you experience your desired effects, we suggest that you move to a higher strength in gradual increments.


Q: What does CBD taste like?

A: Unflavored CBD has a mild earthy and true-to-nature hemp flavor.



Q: Where does your CBD oil come from?

A: Our CBD oil is sourced from Colorado,USA.



Q: Will you ship to my state?


A: We always recommend checking with your state laws prior to ordering any CBD product. However, we do ship to all states within the US legally as our CBD products contain less than the legal .3% THC.



Q: How to I get in contact with CBD

A: Easy! Simply email


Q: What Should I Look for When Purchasing CBD Oil?

A:It’s important to be on the lookout for the best products for your needs. When choosing quality CBD oil, it is important to know exactly what you’re getting by familiarizing yourself with the company’s lab reports. Any company selling quality CBD oil will be able to back up their claims of purity and authenticity with solid evidence via lab reports. 


Q: Can CBD oil cause me to fail a drug test?

A: All CBD products will contain trace amounts of THC, and while the levels of THC are low enough that they likely will not trigger a false positive on a drug test, you cannot fully rule out the possibility of it happening.

If your workplace has a zero-tolerance policy on drug use, please be aware that some of the more sensitive drug tests can result in a positive test result for THC. If you are concerned at all about getting a failed drug test, we encourage you to talk with your HR department before buying and using CBD oil.  ALSO RECOMMEND USING Isolate CBD 0% THC products


Q: What is the best method of use CBD oil?

A: Our CBD Oils are intended for internal use; however, you can also apply CBD oil topically or add it to food, drinks, or even capsules.



Q: Are hemp extracts safe? Are there negative side effects?

A: CBD can potentially have side effects, just like any other form of medicine. However, most side effects are mild and quite minimal compared to some mainstream or over-the-counter drugs. The most common side effects that some may experience include fatigue, sleepiness, and possible nausea.


Q: How long is the shelf life for CBD oil?

A: If you store your CBD oil in a dark, dry, and cool place, it can last for up to 2 years after opening.

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